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Hate crime

Hate crime is a term used to describe a range of criminal behaviour where the perpetrator demonstrates hostility towards a victim’s race, disability, religion, sexual orientation or transgender identity.

A hate crime can include verbal abuse, intimidation, threats, harassment, assault and bullying, as well as damages to property.

At One Vision Housing we do not tolerate hate crime and support our customers to combat any issues they may be facing in their own home or community.

We urge all victims of hate crime to seek help immediately. You can do this by: calling us in confidence if you are affected by hate crime on 0300 365 1111 or an emergency service 999 for immediate support if you feel you are in danger. If you have already contacted a police or partner agency, you can request for them to call us on your behalf. We will ensure all reports are responded to within one working day.

Need to report a hate crime?

Visit our partner agencies to find out how you can report a hate crime.

Report hate crimes online with Stop Hate UK.

Report hate crime confidentially with Crimestoppers.

Report a crime with Merseyside Police.

The Anthony Walker Foundation

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The Anthony Walker Foundation (AWF) works alongside statutory, voluntary and community organisations to support individuals and families who experience and/or witness hate crimes and incidents. Click the link below to find out more information and view contact details for support agencies.

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This page was last updated on 25/09/2020